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PREACH: Why are these bicycling models not wearing helmets?


Excellent piece.  Biking isn't dangerous.  Not wearing a helmet isn't dangerous.  Wear one or don't wear one if you want.  It's up to you. That’s more or less what the infamous helmet debate has … [Read more...]

EVENT: Wed, Feb. 24 – Toronto Bike Awards


Original post on Cycle Toronto's website In partnership with the City of Toronto, Cycle Toronto is pleased to bring you to the Toronto Bike Awards.​ This annual celebration invites the community to … [Read more...]

NEWS: Toronto cyclists demand ‘minimum grid’ of safe bike lanes


As Toronto city council debates the 2016 budget, cycling advocates in the city are urging local leaders to get rolling on building a “minimum grid” of protected bike lanes. “If cycling is deemed a … [Read more...]

NEWS: Toronto man to serve three months for hit-and-run that killed cyclist


I'm not going to comment because it would just be a lot of swearing.  Basically, if you're not in a car, the system says your life is worth nothing. A Toronto driver who hit a bicyclist and left … [Read more...]

EVENT: Thurs, Jan. 14 – Bike Lanes Mean Business


Thursday, January 14; 7 PM Ciro's House of Imported Bier Address: 1316 Bloor St W Join us for an evening discussing the positive economic impacts on business that bike lanes have proven to be! … [Read more...]

4 Great Reasons to Donate to Cycle Toronto Today, New Years Eve


Happy New Years Eve! Today is the last day to make a donation to Cycle Toronto in 2015.  There are THREE great reasons why you should donate today instead of in the New Year. 1.  Your gift … [Read more...]

JOBS: Cycle Toronto Communications & Education Manager

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  A very interesting position at Cycle Toronto has opened up. Go apply if you want to part of a great organization doing great things for Toronto. Our ideal candidate is … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Donate to Cycle Toronto, and your donation is DOUBLED!


Via Cycle Toronto: We are extremely excited to announce that for the month of December, all donations made to our Street Smarts educational programming will be matched by BMO Nesbitt Burns, up to a … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Five lessons Toronto could learn from New York’s transportation shift


It’s often called the biggest transformation in how New Yorkers move in a half-century. From 2007 to 2013, under mayor Michael Bloomberg, transportation commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan oversaw the … [Read more...]

NEWS: Toronto ponders taking photos, then ticketing cars blocking bike lanes


City of Toronto bylaw officers could be given the green light by this spring to ticket vehicles illegally parked in bike lanes by snapping a photo. If the change is implemented, staff would be able … [Read more...]